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Learn To Fly San Diego - Kearny Mesa

$199 for a Two-Hour Flight-Lesson Package for One Student and Two Passengers from Learn To Fly San Diego ($600 Value)

The Fine Print

  • Expires Apr 10th, 2013.
  • Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Reservation required; subject to availability. 24hr cancellation notice required. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. 575lb weight max.
  • See the rules that apply to all deals.

Questions and Answers 11 questions

Q:

Is this ok for those without any experience of flying? And do we have to have 20/20 vision for flight?

katrina m.  asked on  Oct 16, 2012

A:

Yes, it is for people who have never flown before, and yet you will taxi, take off, maneuver, and perform most of the landing. 20/20 vision is not required for this flight, however you must have vision corrected with lenses to at least 20/40 in order to solo and eventually earn a pilot's license.

Christopher S.  from  Merchant  replied on  Oct 16, 2012

Q:

Is there spanish instructors ?

Alejandro M.  asked on  Oct 16, 2012

A:

Yes, please ask for Carlos Flores when you schedule the lesson.

Christopher S.  from  Merchant  replied on  Oct 16, 2012

Q:

I wish to get this groupon for my next vacations on San Diego, but the thing is that I'm a foreign tourist, so the questions are if I can buy it or there is any restriction regarding with non US citizens and if it's possible, does it applies additional fees or extra charges besides the groupon cost? Thank you!

Mitsuo N.  asked on  Oct 16, 2012

A:

Hi, Yes you can take an introductory lesson without TSA approval. If you continue with training afterwards, then you would need to get a proper training visa and TSA approval. There are no additional fees for this Groupon.

Christopher S.  from  Merchant  replied on  Oct 16, 2012

Q:

I want to purchase this for my 70 yr old father and want my 12 yr old son to go on the ride, is this OK?

klea g.  asked on  Oct 15, 2012

A:

That should be fine. I would suggest contacting Learn To Fly directly at (858) 694-0198 for more information.

Sammy T.  from  Groupon  replied on  Oct 16, 2012

Q:

is it good for zero flight experience person to join? how much more (price and time) to be licensed?

Jimmy L.  asked on  Oct 13, 2012

A:

Absolutely, the time counts towards the minimum flight time of 40 hours which is logged in the pilot's logbook. If you were tom complete the training in 40 hours the total cost would be $7200. Most pilots finish with more than that to allow for more practice time in preparation for their first solo. So a final cost of around $8000 is more likely.

Christopher S.  from  Merchant  replied on  Oct 13, 2012

Q:

im doing this

mike m.  asked on  Oct 12, 2012

A:

Cool!

Christopher S.  from  Merchant  replied on  Oct 12, 2012

Q:

Am I paying for 3 people to go up in a plane? I understand 1 person with the lessons, but would I be able to fly with my husband plus one more guest while my husband flies?

Gina D.  asked on  Oct 12, 2012

A:

Yes, while your husband flies and manipulates the controls you and a guest could sit in the back seats as passengers.

Christopher S.  from  Merchant  replied on  Oct 12, 2012

Q:

I already have a private pilot's license but have not flown in a long time. Am I still able to use this deal or is there a better one for me?

Dan A.  asked on  Oct 12, 2012

A:

This offer is intended for beginners and may not suit your needs. I would suggest contacting Learn To Fly San Diego directly at (858) 694-0198 for more information and their recommendation.

Sammy T.  from  Groupon  replied on  Oct 12, 2012

Q:

Do you actually fly the plane in the sky, or is this a simulator experience?

CAROL B.  asked on  Oct 12, 2012

A:

You actually fly the plane.

Sammy T.  from  Groupon  replied on  Oct 12, 2012

Q:

what hours and days of operation are availble for this lesson?

Dan A.  asked on  Oct 12, 2012

A:

We operate 7 days a week from sunrise to sunset from primary training lessons. They can be scheduled at your convenience, subject to availability of the aircraft, instructor, and weather permitting.

Christopher S.  from  Merchant  replied on  Oct 12, 2012

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